Tank you Christopher,
I know "jdk" that I use regularly, but I am looking for something different.
The development with JDK produce .jar files that are compressed files made
with byte-code (.files.class ).
...To run jar files, you need the java environment (the command is "java
I look for a possibility to get directly executable files in Linux
They are some tools that convert jar filer in executable for the Windows
environment.. (Launch4j, Excelsior <very expensive!!>, ...).
I am looking for a a real compiler in Linux environment for the Java
language, a compiler that produce directly executable files (as gcc is for
the C language)...
On Sun, Jan 6, 2019 at 11:51 AM Christopher <ctubbsii(a)fedoraproject.org>
On Sun, Jan 6, 2019 at 3:23 AM Angelo Moreschini
> I am not able to install the java compiler on fedora (
> I read that fedora not support directly gcj ...
> So I try to work around, to install it indirectly, but I have to much
problem to find the necessary dependencies...
> Ho to do ?
> any advice will welcome
That's a very old version of the Fedora docs. I'm pretty sure gcj is a
dead project. Fedora now ships with OpenJDK. In the latest version
(Fedora 29), there are several versions available. To see them, run:
sudo dnf repoquery --whatprovides \*/bin/javac
You'll probably want either JDK 8 or 11, so one of the following
should work for you:
sudo dnf install java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel # if you want JDK 8, specifically
sudo dnf install java-11-openjdk-devel # if you want JDK 11, specifically
sudo dnf install java-openjdk-devel # if you want the latest OpenJDK,
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